01-01-2018 5:53 PM
I'm going to purchase a triple bundle package with U-verse but cannot find which channels I would receive with the different packages. Such as the U200, Says I will get 360 channels but not what they are. Would really like to know that before I purchase!
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01-01-2018 6:29 PM
Here's a general list of what uverse carries as a function of their tiers:
Here's uverse's own site list where you have to enter your zip code:
I mentioned the first one because it's faster to bring up and easier to read albeit not specific to you zip so local channels cannot be shown.
01-01-2018 8:26 PM
Thanks for the links to the total U-verse lineup. I was actually looking for the channels offered within a specific package such as U-verse Family or U-verse 200. Example; I want the Travel channel but I can't find the channels offered within any of the packages. So do I purchase the 150 channel package or the 500 channel package. There's no way for me to know what's in any of their packages
01-01-2018 8:43 PM
Those listings do show what channels are in what packages (u-basic, u-family, u200, u300, u450). Don't think of it in terms of number of channels. Think of it in the terms of those packages.
So using your example, Travel Channel, and using the first listing I linked to above, the Travel Channel is on 254 and 255 (east and west feeds, HD on 1254 and 1255, always add a 1000 to the non-HD channel to find the HD counterpart, if any) and is only available on U200, U300, and U450. You can find specific channels in that listing by using your browser's own search function. That's how I was able to find Travel Channel on that listing page since I didn't know it's channel number.
At any rate, just go down the column for a particular package and look for what's checked to tell you that channel is in that package.
- edited 01-02-2018 3:57 AM
As a good generalization....
Ufamily is family (kid) friendly therefore no news channels such as CNN, MSNBC, etc or sports (ESPN, etc).
U200 is good all around package with the news and sports added in.
U300 is primarily U200 + the Movie Package with Starz, Showtime, etc.
U45O is U300 + HBO/Cinamax and some optional channels normal found in the HD premium tier (+$7) have to add in the lower packages.
Example, want old westerns Encore channel 940 need to order U300 or U450 as Encore is part of the Starz movies thus need the movie package.
Edit... May also want to consider what the packages will cost in 12 months after promotion expires.
Current retail, non promo prices...2017, 2018 effective January 21.
Ufamily... 2017 $69, +$2, 2018 $71
U200 .... 2017 $88, +4, 2018 $92
U300... 2017 $104, +5, 2018 $109
U450... 2017, $155, +8, 2018 $163
Note... Ufamily, U200, U300 is standard definition only, HD channels add $10
Ufamily 69+10, $79, +2, 2018 $81
U200 88+10 $98, +4, 2018 $102
U300 104+10 $114, +5, 2018 $119
From fine print Promo u200 to U300 is $5, thus U300 is a better value... After promo? The price difference is $17.
01-01-2018 10:12 PM
01-01-2018 10:29 PM
01-01-2018 10:52 PM
I was only able to access the second or bottom link which looked to be a total listing of all channels. I was not able to open the top link because it said my zip code 95963 for Orland Ca. was not a valid 5 digit zip code.
The first link I gave you was the zip code independent general table. Anyone should be able to see that. The second link is the att link that requires a zip code. So I assume your statement just mixed up which is which. Still, I don't understand why the one requiring a zip code doesn't work.
I read that U-verse tv will be dropped by att soon so I will start trying to find Direct TV packages.
And let me guess the source of that; someone trying to push DirecTV or a quote from someone representing DirecTV. Its their favorite sales tactic and they been pushing it for years. Uverse is not going away. Maybe someday they may be merged in some way but I doubt att would sacrifice the millions of uverse users would would never switch to using a dish -- like me.
01-02-2018 4:36 AM
Every since ATT bought DirecTv in summer 2015 someone takes one comment writes an article saying this is the future. Other news outlets keep rewriting same article. For my reply from a different thread, and there are several threads on this topic....
01-08-2018 3:35 PM
It is time AT&T started offering Al La Carte menu for viewing. We watch movie channels occasional PBS local news, CNN, MSNBC, FOX, and several business news and international news stations. in total most likely 25 stations. The only reason we have U-verse 300 is to get the 20 stations we watch for $140 a month. Without competition AT&T and the other majors providers can charge a lot for so little service.
How would AT&T respond? Will AT&T respond?